Pirelli reveals cause of Kimi's British GP tyre failure
Kimi Raikkonen's dramatic tyre failure in the closing stages of the British Grand Prix was caused by external damage, Pirelli's investigation has concluded.
Radio Ga Ga: Vettel, Verstappen play bumper cars
ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the British Grand Prix, which saw Ferrari hit dramatic tyre trouble and Daniil Kvyat put FOM's bleeper on overdrive.
Kimi: Ferrari had no real chance of beating Mercedes
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari was never in realistic contention for victory in Sunday's British Grand Prix and concedes Mercedes was simply quicker.
Kvyat three points away from F1 race ban
Daniil Kvyat is now just three points away from a race ban after being judged the guilty party in a first-lap collision with Toro Rosso teammate Carlos Sainz at the British Grand Prix.
Hamilton apologises to waiting Finns after crowd surf
Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen were forced to show their patient sides while British Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton continued his celebrations by crowd-surfing with his home fans after Sunday's race.
Hamilton: Mercedes and Ferrari now level
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes has now caught up with Ferrari after his team took a step forward in performance at recent races.
Vettel: Max still a bit jumpy under braking
Sebastian Vettel has criticised the way Max Verstappen defended position during their scrap in the early stages of the British Grand Prix, saying the Dutch teenager still has a tendency to move under braking.
Renault apologise to Palmer for latest retirement
Renault engine boss Cyril Abiteboul has apologised to Jolyon Palmer following his retirement from Sunday's British Grand Prix.
Hulkenberg: Fifth possible without power issue
Nico Hulkenberg has revealed a power deployment issue in the closing stages of the British Grand Prix cost him the opportunity of challenging for fifth place.
Pirelli: Ferrari tyre failures unrelated
Pirelli believes the tyre failures on the two Ferraris at the British Grand Prix were different in nature, but has stressed it will not have full details until it completes a full investigation later this week.
Red Bull was playing it safe with late Verstappen stop
Red Bull says Max Verstappen's late stop was the most sensible thing to do after seeing Kimi Raikkonen suffer a tyre dramatic tyre delamination.
Kvyat: Sainz equally responsible for Toro Rosso collision
Daniil Kvyat is convinced Toro Rosso teammate Carlos Sainz could have avoided their collision on the first lap of the British Grand Prix.
Lewis: Critics wrong to doubt my preparation
Lewis Hamilton reckons his dominant performance at the British Grand Prix shows there is "no reason" to question his lifestyle choices or preparations in Formula One.
Kimi: Everything felt normal before tyre issue
Kimi Raikkonen says everything felt normal on his car just before he suffered a dramatic front-left tyre delamination in the closing laps of the British Grand Prix.
Vettel: Late British GP drama not a disaster
Sebastian Vettel insists his late drama and seventh-place finish at the British Grand Prix should not be seen as a disaster, despite seeing his championship lead cut to one point.
Analysis: Hamilton continues Silverstone magic, Ferrari implodes
ESPN rounds up the main talking points from the British Grand Prix, a race which saw momentum in the championship fight take a dramatic shift in the closing laps as Ferrari hit double tyre trouble.
British GP strategy guide
One-stop or two-stop? Both options have their merits but a lot will depend on what the weather does.
Wolff: Criticism of Lewis' London no-show an insult
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has defended Lewis Hamilton following criticism of the Briton's no-show at Formula One London Live, labelling the media's subsequent coverage as an insult.
McLaren optimistic Alonso will stay in 2018
McLaren is confident Fernando Alonso will remain with the team in 2018 following an encouraging dinner meeting between senior management and the Spaniard ahead of the British Grand Prix.
Wolff: 'Moaning' Grosjean should look at own history
Toto Wolff has hit out at Romain Grosjean's suggestion that the stewards gave Lewis Hamilton preferential treatment after qualifying for the British Grand Prix, saying the Frenchman has no right to criticise other drivers for controversial moments
Hamilton: Home crowd spurred me on to pole
Lewis Hamilton says he was energised by the home crowd as he stormed to a joint-record fifth pole position at Silverstone for the British Grand Prix.
Hulkenberg: No point getting excited about fifth
Nico Hulkenberg says there is no point "bragging" about his impressive qualifying performance at the British Grand Prix, with concerns still remaining over Renault's race pace.
Vettel: Hamilton 'owned' British GP pole position
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel admits he had no answer to Lewis Hamilton's lap time in the final part of qualifying for the British Grand Prix as the Briton "owned" pole position.
Grosjean suggests Lewis got preferential treatment
Romain Grosjean has hit out at "big inconsistencies" from the British Grand Prix stewards after Lewis Hamilton was allowed to keep pole position despite impeding his car in Q3.
Ricciardo faces further engine penalties after Q1 stoppage
Daniel Ricciardo is concerned that he has lost one of his four engines for the season after suffering a suspected turbo failure in qualifying for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
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